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13 September 2011

Stories from 13 September 2011

Denmark: Turkish Flag on Right-Wing Candidate's “Sharia-Land” Ad

Cuba: House Agents

Trinidad & Tobago: Intellectual Property Guideline

Cuba: Repressive Action

Trinidad & Tobago: Hair & Now

Barbados: Perception of Corruption

Egypt: Turkey's Response to Kurds Questioned as Erdogan Speaks in Cairo

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's speech about the Palestinian bid for a statehood at the Arab League was translated online live by members of social networking sites, namely Twitter, for...

Morocco: Multiple Arrests Against Activists

There has been a sudden surge in arrests among pro-democracy activists and online campaigners in Morocco in recent days. Three have occurred in the past week alone. Little has been...

Guatemala: 2011 General Elections in Antigua

Honduras: Radio Journalist Killed

Lebanon: Empowering Migrant Workers With Language

7 Billion Actions

A community of enthusiastic young people in Beirut, The Migrant Workers Task Force, are working to support foreign domestic workers in Lebanon whose living and working conditions are often desperately...

Argentina: Seven Die and Hundreds Injured After Bus and Trains Collide

Hungary: Fall 2011 Legislative Season

Iran: The” Crane” was cleared of charges

Hungary: “The Constitution's Table”

Iran: Opposition leader and “News of a Kidnapping”

China: Now With America's Attention Back

Not all netizens took this past weekend—a holiday in China—as a chance to confess a feeling of shame at things they said upon learning of the attacks on the United...

China: 8 Ways That Sina Weibo Will Shut You Up

Korea: WikiLeaks Reveals More on South Korean Policy, Rather than North Korean Realities

North Korea: Inside the House of Upper-class North Koreans

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